Components

1526 examples found

あの
ふたり
二人
できてる
Are those two going out?
あのイヌ
おお
きい

That dog is big.
あの
たか
やま
なん
です
What is that high mountain over there?
あの
これほど
たか
くない

That tree is not so tall as this.
あのメモどこあるです
Where has that memo got to?
あの
きぶん
気分
わるいです
Miss! I feel sick.
あの
くろ
わたし
です
That black one is mine.
あのビールください
I'd like that beer, please.
あの
じょせい
女性
だれです
Who is that woman?
あの
しょうねん
少年
かみ
くろ
です
That boy's hair is black.
あの
はこ
この
はこ
ほど
ちい
さくない

That box is bigger than this one.
これあの
えいが
映画
ほど
おもしろ
面白
くない

This movie is not anything like as exciting as that one.
だれ
あの
ている
っています

Do you know who is looking at that picture?
あの
たてもの
建物
まえ
ろして
ください
Please let me off in front of that building.
あのレストラン
しょくじ
食事
よかった
Did you have a good meal at that restaurant?
むかし
あのうた
うた
った
こと
おぼ
えています

I remember singing that song long ago.
あの
ほん
かえ
してくれ

Give that book back to me.
あの
ほん
あたら
しい
ほん
です
That book is a new book.
あの
みせ
いろいろなもの
っている

They sell various kinds of goods at that store.
あの
くに
なに
こる
からない

It is impossible to tell what will happen in that country.
わたし
あの
おとこ
った

I am through with him.
あの
かいしゃ
会社
あかじ
赤字

The company is losing money.
あの
ほん
どうしました
What did you do with those books?
あの
えいが
映画
いかがでした
How did you like that movie?
あの
くろ
かばんあなたです
Is that black bag yours?
Search results include information from a variety of sources, including Kanshudo (kanji mnemonics, kanji readings, kanji components, vocab and name frequency data, grammar points), JMdict (vocabulary), Tatoeba (examples), Enamdict (names), KanjiVG (kanji animations and stroke order), and Joy o' Kanji (kanji and radical synopses). Translations provided by Google's Neural Machine Translation engine. For more information see credits.
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